Woody wood stork has become a frequent visitor to our backyard and I’m always so happy to see him. Today his feathers were looking particularly pristine and well groomed.
It takes a lot of effort, to look this good.
Just before he left, he called out to me, “Wow, look at me now! I hope you’ve got a good photo.”
Then he strutted away, no doubt on his way to impress his buddies, or maybe a young lady wood stork.
Wishing you all a very good weekend. It’s been raining such a lot here in Florida, but I can see “enough blue sky now to make a sailor a pair of trousers”, as my favourite childhood author Enid Blyton once wrote. Now that was such a long time ago, but still sticks in my mind.
Two friends sitting chatting on a bench; no masks and no social distancing. This sculpture was at an art exhibition we attended in February, just a few days before the news of Covid-19 broke on the unsuspecting world.
The Red-winged Blackbird has a couple of red and gold epaulets to brighten up his black feathers. These birds are quite plentiful in North America, although I’ve not seen one in my garden. This photo was taken at the Green Cay Wetlands just down the road from us, a visit to which never fails to brighten our day.
Debbie’s one word challenge for this Sunday, is ‘Skyline’.
I think this skyline speaks for itself. My photo was taken many years ago when Hollywood was really buzzing and churning out new films all the time. Unfortunately with the outbreak of Covid-19, the film industry and consequently the movie cinemas have really suffered. I saw this week that the much anticipated new Bond movie ‘No Time To Die’ has been pushed back to next year. I was so looking forward to watching Daniel Craig’s final outing as James Bond.
Wishing you all a pleasant Sunday. Please stay safe.